Friday, February 3, 2017

Weight loss

Seen at the Asian grocery:




16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Trust us, it is good for you. The Seizures burn calories and are expected.

Stacey Gordon said...

You need to submit this to Engrish.com.
That site has me laughing ALMOST as much as this one.

Brent said...

but did Dr Oz recommend it on his show?

bobbie said...

Cue the "GhostBusters" theme...

"I've been slimed!!!"

Tarquin "R.J." Toffeebridge V said...

Am I the only one who thinks that looks like some sort of porn fetish video?

ndenunz said...

And look, it's not even reached its expiration date yet!

Anonymous said...

Snake oil to be reconstituted.

Packer said...

Put me down for 4

Anonymous said...

Maybe it causes everything that comes after to merely pass through, sort of like a water slide in the theme park. Hmm. Escherichia coli and other coliforms come to mind.

A 'sliming' factor was the basis for the use of slippery elm's use as ... in a bygone era. Some hospital obstetrical units still have laminaria hidden in a drawer somewhere for the old time docs.

My guess is that its directions were grammatically constructed by someone whose first language doesn't have a lot of intricate extra words for describing tenses, number of people involved and would probably use sticky gums for the underweighted person who do not want to food consuming, by both male and female.

Cathy H-S said...

And it's pretty much the right shade of green, it's the first thing I thought of!

Unknown said...

This is rather timely. The 10-year-old was drinking tea the other morning and said, "The box is right, it does leave slime in your mouth!"

Apparently, she'd picked up the Blueberry SLIM (we just got it 'cause it was blueberry).

charles said...

umm, this "tea" is used by those who are trying to lose weight; but, it really is a mild herbal laxative.

A. Marie said...

As usual, unable to post a coherent comment because I'm laughing kitbags out my nose (as the Brits would say). Even if I could, I'd be hard pressed to choose among Fifty Shades of Slime.

Cedar said...

I was writing about slugs this morning, so this made me laugh out loud. Also, did you know slug slime (and the mucus in your nose) is a liquid crystal?

Anonymous said...

A local salon had a carefully lettered vinyl sign on their front window, "Body Sliming." Apparently, the salon's sign was ordered by the same person who did the art work for this box...

C said...

has its own web site
very famous

 
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